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happened last night in seattle when the clock struck midnight. >> 3-2-1! whoo! >> cenk: you thought it was midnight no, it was 4:20. we've got both sides of that argument again tonight. it's interesting washington now officially the most liberal state. way to go, evergreen. >> white resumes black resumes. white sounding names black sounding names what are the results? the person who did that experiment is on the show. we've got elbows. it is in fact go time. [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> cenk: now the president has been selling his idea for the grand bargain and tax increases for the rich in the country. in fact, he went on twitter to talk about it. apparently this is the first time on twitter. they put out a little video from the white house about him doing it. here, watch. ♪ >> there we go. my tweet has been posted. that's what i'm talking about. >> cenk: sometimes i forget that he's older than me. come on, dude. that was your first tweet? he's the president of the united states i guess he doesn't have time for tweeter. the campaign has worked. now, the american people were already on hi
this in seattle in front of a huge crowd. the mayor stood up to introduce me. he said, i spent the afternoon talking to my treasurer figuring out how to pull our money out of fossil fuel. they made their official announcement, it will be a hideously hard fight but that fight is engaged. at least we're saying out loud what's true, that these companies are now rogue companies, and until they stop exploring for new hydrocarbons, and until they stop lobbying in washington we've really got to regard them as the source of this trouble. >> and always the bottom approach to solve problems. is it the companies who are at fault? or all of us. i'm sure you've flown around the country in a plane that uses fossil fuel. >> you answered the question yourself right there. even when we don't intend to. most of us don't care at all whether our power comes from the sun or wind or fossil fuel. in fact, we prefer that it comes from some place clean. we're not the ones making those decisions. we're not the ones spending literally billions of dollars a year in lobbying and making campaign donations making sure tha
today in seattle. >> cenk: i can't believe those guys are ruining the country. heather and kay, thank you so much for joining us, and my first question to you is how many straight marriages have you ruined so far? >> none to our knowledge. >> so the traditional marriage has not broken down since saturday midnight, and now in the state of washington? >> absolutely. >> so seriously, how long has this battle gone on, and how relieved are you that you can officially get married in the state of washington? >> it's really been--this is a culmination of decades of work by many people that started focusing on creating equality for gays and lesbians. kay and i have been together for 14 and a half years and this is a movement that has been going on for decades. we're thrilled. we're so thankful, and thank the great voters of washington for voting for love, and it's really exciting and pretty amazing. >> cenk: i love there was a question of whether we should vote for love or against love. >> yes exactly. >> cenk: and we barely won. love barely won barely beating out hate. you know it happened th
coast in seattle, washington, what do you say, barbara? caller: well, i tell you i talked to conservative relative of a relative. and i asked them this evening, i said, did the moon come up? they said, yeah. no dogs barking? no nobody running out of their bedroom yelling, the gays are married? i said, well if god is isn't having a problem with it why are you guys having a problem with it? >> bill: yeah, no. listen, great, great comment. and, you know, also, the idea that if you allow the gaze to get married, it's going to destroy traditional marriage yeah. i think straight couples are doing a good job of destroying traditional marriage on their own, with the divorce rate. >> peter: exactly. >> this is "the bill press show." [ music ] [ music ] >> chatting with you live at current.com/billpress, this is "the bill press show," live on your radio and current tv. >> bill: hey, you got it. thirty-three minutes after the hour now, this is the full court press on monday morning coming to you live from our nation's capitol. and we are bought to you t
with any of these challenges. he was lying through his teeth. paul calling from out in seattle, washington. what do you say? >> hey bill, listen, i was born and raised in detroit michigan. i'm proud alumnus of michigan state university. i have family back there. but i gotta tell you i'm unsympathetic and let me tell you why. the attitude of people back there, even democrats is that anybody who's got two more nickels to run together than i do their attitude is take his nickels away! don't give me some more. it is take somebody else's away. they knew what they were voting for. the whole legislature the governor everything is all right wing. they've been doing this for 20 years since they got john engler in there. that's when i left. the people of michigan are going to have to pull their heads out of their rears and start waking up to what -- the thing that really makes me angry is not so much what's going to happen to them but how it hurts labor around the country! >> bill: sure. and you know other states, paul,
it like that? why do we have to depend upon these losers to make decisions. paul is out in seattle, washington. where do with he go now bill? >> shear is what i say. the fiscal cliff who walks off of a cliff and keeps walking through the air until he finally, looks down you know. he bows whoa! >> bill: here i am. >> we talked off the fiscal cliff a long time ago when george w. bush took. it took a drunken, alcoholic chain-smoking schmuck like john boehner to look down. where we go from here is gest sequester land and if we have to pay higher taxes because these guys can't get it together, we will remember who messed it up. john boehner & company and we are also going to realize that maybe we will think twice before we choose a party that does what they have done to this economy in the last 10 years. >> bill: the only -- paul, you are absolutely right. well said, i think the only answer is, you've got to clean house and get rid of these tea partyers in the house of representatives. the problem is the way districts are drawn today, it's almost impossibl
in maryland, steph, mama in september i sent my sister to your show in seattle but i became jealous. why must the sexy liberal tour be so far away then the heavens responded with the announcement. i didn't just get three. i get all four plus jim and chris and hopefully jacki. i might be able to hear chris giggle in person. maybe. >> give me cheese. i'll giggle for you any time, anywhere. >> stephanie: got my meet and grope tickets. can't wait to finally meet you. [ screaming ] >> stephanie: me too! sexy liberal tour director roland is high-strung. something that took me by surprise. the third biggest onsale ever beating new york city. hello. let's see. right now entire orchestra section, more than half sold. down to 25 meet and greets. it is really -- >> four years ago we witnessed the first inauguration of president barack obama. ♪ like a virgin ♪ >> in november, america decided one term wasn't enough. ♪ do that to me one more time ♪ >> this time, stephanie and her team of two-term comics are comin
: exactly. >> caller: for christmas i'm going up to seattle where my wife's family is from and a friends of mine who is up there, we'll be smoking dope at their wedding. >> stephanie: woo-hoo! >> those aren't candles on the cake. um, cake. >> stephanie: smoking some dope watching some homos get married. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: brandon in indiana. hi brandon. >> caller: hey, steph. big fan guys. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i just wanted to call for something scary as hell i saw the other day. i'm watching sean hannity just for the comedy and ann coulter is on there, and i'm thinking this is going to be a crap storm. and all of a sudden ann coulter starts making sense -- >> stephanie: i saw that. she was doing her cher moment with sean hannity. >> caller: i know. i was never a believer of [overlapping speakers] >> caller: i was never a believer of the end of the world coming but there is a sign. >> stephanie: yeah. well explain what they were talking about. >> caller: they were talking about the fiscal cliff crisis and hannity was doing his best to stand on pr
. >> stephanie: let's go to david in seattle. you're on with hal. >> caller: hi, steph. they're taking away our stations. the tweaky heads are giving me a headache with this union talk. it is like a big wave of propaganda. i don't understand any of it. you don't have a right to collective bargain but yet somehow scalia can make the other arguments? the main thing i was talking about, i don't hear obama talking about the $750 subsidies for oil companies when they start bringing up entitlements, they want to go after medicaid and everything right away. nobody is talking about the biggest leverage of money. >> that was actually brought up this morning in a couple of press conferences directly about that. and pelosi has hinted at that as well. why is that not on the table. that is a -- that is a corporate entitlement. p.s., did you hear we got paid back for the final bailout thing and the fed made a profit on that as well? >> stephanie: yeah. we were saying -- we were talk beefing the -- with charlie pierce about how people
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